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READ BEFORE USING 
YOUR SEGA VIDEO GAME SYSTEM 

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Exposure to certain patterns or backgrounds on a television 
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About Audio Connectors 

11 the Audio connection is made to your television from the Sega 
CD, the Mixing Cable must be used to connect the headphone 
output jack on the front of the Genesis to the MIXING input jack 
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your television from the Sega Genesis (using either the RF cable 
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CONTENTS 


Tomcat Terror ..... 

Starting Up ......... -..-... 

Take Control! ....... 

Heads Up! . 

F-14X Tomcat Weapons ... 

Lock & Launch! ... 

Firing Weapons ... 

The Crew ... 

Situation Report . 

Getting Airborne. . 

Stalking Bandits .. 

Your First Mission .... 

Fight Smart or Die .. 

Tomcat Terms .............. 

TOMCAT ALLEY Credits ....... 


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TOMCAT TERROR 


STARTING UP 



The madman Russian, Col. AlexE PovEch, has just flown off with 
two MiG squadrons, a couple of bombers, surface-to-air missiles 
and who knows what else. We have a new world military power 
on the loose. He's a psycho for sure, but he has the respect 
of the top Russian fighter jocks who flew the coop with him, 

Povich has established a stronghold in the Mexican desert. 
Intelligence reports indicate he may have chemical warfare 
capabilities. Major U.S. cities are within his strike envelope. 

Now you're gonna' go hunting for him as the Radar Intercept 
Officer in an F-14X Tomcat, This is the meanest fighter made. 

It's able to track and destroy multiple air targets En murderous 
Mach 2 dogfights or nail a target one hundred miles out. The 
f : -14X is also modified for a ground attack role with Maverick 
missiles and bombs, 

Flying missions from a top-secret subterranean base, you'll tear 
away Povich's fighter air cover, slice through his missEle gauntlet 
and obliterate his chemical weapons operation. Or die trying. 


1. Set up your Sega CD and Sega Genesis™ systems and plug in 
control pad 1, 

2. Turn on your TV or monitor, and then turn on your Genesis, 
The Sega CD logo appears. 

NOTE; If nothing appears on screen, turn the system OFF, 
make sure it is set up correctly, and then turn it ON again , 

3. Open the disc tray or CD door. Place the TOMCAT ALLEY 
compact disc into the disc tray, label side up. Close the tray 
or CD door 

4. If the Sega CD logo is on screen, press START to begin the 
game. If the control panel is on screen, move the cursor 

to the CD-ROM button and press BUTTON A, B or C to begin, 

NOTE: If the disc is already in the Sega CD when you turn it on, 
the game will begin automatically after a few moments. 

5. The Title screen will appear. Wait a few moments to watch 
several different cinema-like sequences of intense F-14X 
dogfjghting action. 

6. Press START to return to the Title screen. 

7. Press START to begin the game with your first mission briefing. 


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TAKE CONTROL! 


HEADS UP! 


D-PAD 



Every combat function on the F-14X is performed by using your 
Heads Up Display (HUD), The HUD Es an electronic overlay of 
the tactical situation that lets you keep your eyes on the action 
while making Mach-speed decisions in the heat of battle, 

The HUD is connected to the aircraft's weapons, tracking radar, 
threat warning, navigation and recon camera systems, 

NOTE: To use items on the HUD, move the aiming reticle 
over them with the D-PAD, and then press BUTTON B, 


Waypoints 

D-PAD 

* Directs aiming reticle on Heads Up Display, 

START 

* Starts, pauses and resumes game. 

* Advances through pre-mission scenes, 

BUTTON A 

* Fires weapons. 

BUTTON 8 

* Selects Heads Up Display items, 

* Activates weapons, radio, camera and countermeasures 
on Heads Up Display. 

BUTTON C 

* Toggles I leads Up Display on and off. 


Aiming Reticle 

AIMING RETICLE 

Highlights all items in the HUD, aims weapons, and tells 
the computer which system to activate and which target or 
waypoint you are moving on. The reticle changes shape 
depending on which weapon is on-line, A large reticle is 
displayed for radar-guided missiles and bombs. For heat- 
seekers or Mavericks, a smaller reticle appears. 



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WAYPOINTS 

Waypoints are positions flown to during a mission. They are 
shown as numbered circles in the HUD. Prior to take-off, 
mission control will program one or more waypoints into 
the fighter's navigation computer. 

On the word of the pilot, you select these points with the 
aiming reticle. You have five seconds after the pilot's order to 
select the waypoint. If you don't make a selection, the pilot 
will jump on you. Then you have three seconds to make a 
selection or the mission is scratched. 

If you select a waypoint out of sequence, enemy resistance 
will be tougher. 



Radio 


Recon 

Cam 


Air/Ground Mode 
Selector 


Flare/Chaff 

Launcher 


RADIO 

You are responsible for answering up when your wingman 
radios. You have five seconds to respond before the pilot gets 
on your case. Then you have three more seconds to respond 
before the mission is scratched. 

AIR TARGETS 

These red symbols represent the enemy aircraft your radar 
system has detected. Move in to pursue or engage a craft 
by placing the aiming reticle over it and pressing BUTTON B* 
When the reticle turns blue, your Tomcat has changed heading 
to engage the target. 

AIR/GROUND MODE SELECTOR 

Sets the weapons computer for air-to-air combat or air-to- 
ground attack and changes the type of weapons shown 
above it. The selector must be set correctly for the weapons 
computer and radar to function properly. 

WEAPONS 

You have two types of weapons to select from in both air-to-air 
and air-to-ground attack modes. The currently selected 
weapon will flash. The number of weapons on board is 
shown next to the weapon type. 

FLARE/CHAFF LAUNCHER 

This will save your tail when a missile is launched at you. If 
the incoming missile is radar-homing, your countermeasures 
system will launch a cloud of small metal strips, called chaff, 
to confuse the enemy radar. If the missile is a heat seeker, the 
system will launch flares to distract it. The number of missile 
countermeasure launches you have on board is shown next 
to the indicator, 

RECON CAM 

Used for gaming intelligence photos during flyovers. At 
mission briefings, listen for orders on taking recon photos 
from your commanding officer. 


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THREAT WARNING SYSTEM 

When a bandit's enemy radar is locked on and ready to fire, 
the word WARNING will flash in the center of your HUD, 

An alarm will also sound* Take action or you're toast! 

WEAPONS LOCK 

Your radar places a green square around a target aircraft when 
you are within firing range. To lock on either radar-homing or 
heat-seeking missiles, place the aiming reticle over the target 
aircraft* When you have a solution, the reticle glows red. 
Launch immediately* 


F-14X TOMCAT WEAPONS 

Your Tomcat weapons system is configured for mufti-mission 
destruction and self-defense. You have two weapons for air-to-air 
combat, and two for ground-pounding. Remember to toggle the 
air/ground mode selector to match your mission. 

SIDEWINDER MISSILE 

This hot-shot homes in on the heat from a jet engine* Pure hell 
on air, it can target up to 11 miles out. 

PHOENIX LONG RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE 

Mach 5 speed and a 125-mile range are this missile's lethal 
calling cards. 

MAVERICK AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE 

This laser-guided fire-and-forget missile is murder on armored 
ground targets and surface-to-air missile launchers. 

BOMB 

just a big dumb tear-up-everything chunk of high explosives 
and shrapnel. Sometimes it's just the trick* 


LOCK & LAUNCH 

FIRING WEAPONS 

Use the HUD aiming reticle to acquire your target for a missile 
shot or a bomb drop in air or ground combat. When you are 
chasing a bandit or attacking a ground target, attempt to cover it 
with the green aiming reticle* When you are locked on, the reticle 
turns red. Blast 'em! 

Take care not to pull the reticle off the target until the missile or 
bomb is away or the shot will be "no joy." 



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THE CREW 


Your call sign is Shadow 5. 

The driver of your F-1 4X is Dakota. He comes on a little strong, 
but he's a great fighter jockey. 

Flying your wing are Buzz and Ratchet. They're both good to 
have along when a MiG's crawling your six. Take care of them. 


SITUATION REPORT 

Before each mission you wifi meet with your CO, Commander 
Remmington. Hell give you the mission objectives, formation 
orders and any vital intelligence, listen upl You or your wingman 
could die out there. 

Added mission info comes from Lt. Fujimora and that shadowy 
suit, Mr. Williams* 


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GETTING AIRBORNE 

You launch from the top-secret Naval Air Station Tomcat Intercepts 
or N.A.S.TL Once airborne, you vector out with your wing 
looking for bandit aircraft on radar. Your HUD items will flash 
when they need attention. If it's time to fire up the recon cam 
or lock in a waypoint, those items will flash. 


STALKING BANDITS 

The F-14X radar tracking system can pick up targets from 
over TOO miles away. Targets show up on the HUD as red 
wedges. To engage any of the targets, move the aiming reticle 
to the symbol and press BUTTON B. When the reticle turns blue, 
the computer has set a vector to the target and the chase is on! 


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YOUR FIRST MISSION 


You're the new kid, so just listen up. The first mission is to naii 

one of Povicb's bombers. The waypoint for intercept has been 

programmed into your Tomcat's navigation computer. Splash 

the fighter escort. Then take out the bomber. 

HERE'$ THE DRILL 

1. Just after takeoff, your wing will call to say she's in position. 
The radio Icon on your HUD will flash. Move your aiming 
reticle over it with the D-PAD and press BUTTON B to key 
the radio. (The reticle will turn blue.) 

2. Next, Dakota (your driver) will tell you to lock in the waypoint 
Move your aiming reticle over the flashing waypoint (small 
red circle numbered 1} and lock it In by pressing BUTTON 6. 

3. In no time, radar will pick up unidentified air targets (red 
wedge-shaped symbols). Move the aiming reticle over the 
targets and lock in an intercept course to one of them, 

YOU'RE THE HUNTER 

4. Parly time! If you dropped in right, Tomcat's radar will alert 
you by placing a green rectangle around a hostile MiG. 

5. The weapons system is set for a heat seeker (the flashing 
weapon on the HUD). Move the aiming reticle over the green 
rectangle enclosing your target. When the reticle turns red, 
you have a target solution. Fire fast! 

YOU'RE THE HUNTED 

6. If the intercept went bad because you dropped in wrong or the 
MiG driver Is a slack flyer, you're in trouble. The HUD attack 
warning will flash and the audible alarm will sound. Quickly 
move the aiming reticle to the flare/chaff launcher (bottom 
right) and press BUTTON B. The aiming reticle will turn blue 
to indicate launch. 

SPLASH THE BOMBER 

7. The SU-22 is out past heat-seeker range. Move the reticle to 
the IIUD weapons options and lock in a radar-guided missile. 
Now move the reticle over the bomber. When it turns red, 
take the shot. Then it's back to base, Ace. 


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FIGHT SMART OR DIE 


TOMCAT ALLEY CREDITS 


+ When the warning flashes on your HUD, you have very little 
time to activate the flare/chaff launcher. React fast! 

+ If you're out of flares and chaff during an attack, quickly vector 
toward another hostile by selecting it with your reticle. You 
have a 50/50 chance 
of outrunning the 
missile shot. 

+ Be accurate when 
using the aiming 
reticle to select a 
target vector* Get 
sloppy and you'll 
drop in front of a 
bandit and turn the 
tables on yourself* 

+ Use a radar-guided 
missile to protect 
your wingman* 

+ If you can't get lock on with a heat seeker, quickly change 
to a radar-guided weapon. 



TOMCAT TERMS 

bandit enemy aircraft. 

tally ho! have visual sighting of target aircraft* 
no tally no visual on target aircraft, 
lost tally lost visual on target aircraft* 

heat seeker infra-red homing missile that is attracted to heat, 
splash shoot down and destroy aircraft. 

angels altitude in thousands of feet; "angels 1" is one thousand 
feet up. 

six o'clock position of an aircraft that is on your tail; a bad place 
to have a bandit. 


Actors 

Gregory Balaban 
Jolie lackunas 

Mark Carlton 

David L Crowley 
Diana Lee Hsu 
Miguel Marcott 

Game Design 

Sam Nicholson 

John Zuur Flatten 
Elliot Simon Gay 
Chris W. Bankston 

Original Score 
& Sound Design 

Mars Lasar 

Director oe Photography 

Sam Nicholson 

Executive Producers 

Chris W* Bankston 

Engineering 

Elliot Simon Gay 

Written hy 

John Zuur Platten 

Producers 

Sam Nicholson 

John Zuur Platten 

Director 

Sam Nicholson 

Visual Effects Supervisor 

Dan Schmit 

Special Effects Supervisor 

David Kuklish 

Aerial Photography 

Clay Lacy 

Production Coordinators 

Tony Cabalu 

Janette Shew 

Production Auditor 

Dorothy Duder 

Casting 

Patrick Rush 

Programmed by 

The Code Monkeys 

Programming 

Elliot Simon Gay 

Additional Programming 

Colin Hogg 

Mark Richard Kirkby 


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Graphics 

Special Musical Appearance 
Production Designer 
Mechanical Effects 


Conceptual Artists 

Set Decorator 

Set Dresser 

Property Master 

Gaffer 

Motion Control 
Photography 

Camera Assistants 

Key Grip 
Grips 

Set Construction 

Script Supervisor 
Key Costumer 
Assistant Costumers 

Makeup Artist/Hair Stylist 
Sound Mixer 
Boom Operator 


joe Lewis 

Herbie Hancock 

Tom Buderwitz 

Michael Haase 
Michael Huitron 
Eric Heisler 
Rocky Gonzales 
John Mites 
Russ Zinter 

jim Chrtsoulis 
Robert Miller 

Billy Mitchell 

Richard Mendenhall 

Bill King 

John Kennedy 

Casey Wilson 

Joseph Clauss 
Andrew Turman 
Scott Smith 

Jerry Vaughn 

Michael Graef 
Brad Sharbit 

Ronald Record 
Joshua Record 

Christina Gunderson 

Brenna Charlebois 

Molly Mitchell 
Kimberly Guenther 

Danny Mark 

Glen Berkovkz 

Brad Bryan 




Guitars 

On-Line Editor 

Off-Line Editor 

Digital ProductionX 
Macintosh Consultant 

Additional Voices 
Production Assistants 


Writer's Assistant 
Miniatures 


Painters 


Pyrotechnics 


Emery Kyneur 
Tony Shepherd 
Tim Batt 
Randy Fugate 

Tony Cabalu 
Cyrena Vladish 

Larry Gobel 
Ross Vinstein 
Tina HiM 
Cyrena Vladish 
Susan Townsend 

Melinda Bell 

Larry Detweiler 
Ziggy Carr 
Larry Addison 
Joe Commando 
Dana Teisch 
Paul Ozzimo 
Justin Kraus 
Brian Ranger 
Sean Frazier 
Erica Loomis 
Rebecca Cambruzzi 
Dina Du hi 
Booka Bickar 
Evan Jacobs 
Ted Smith 

Rachel Kelley 
Laurah Grijalva 
Babettc Bruneile 
Paulette Fox 

Pete Sfegle 
Paul Staples 




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Computer Graphics 

Computer Consultant 

Computer Generated 
Planes 

"Tomcat" Stock Footage 

"Black hawk" 
Stock Footage 

Aircraft Interiors 
Furnished by 

Camera Consultant 

Cameras Furnished by 

F-14 and MiG Model Kits 
Furnished by 

Product Manager 

Manual 

Marketing Game Specialist 


Rob Menapace 

Todd Mahon 

Homer & Associates 
Peter Conn 
Seth Greenberg 

Courtesy of Grumman Aircraft 

Courtesy of Sikorsky Aircraft 

Ernie Sheldon 

Leon Bijou 

Arriffex Corporation 
Volker Bahnemann 
Bill Russell 

Revel 1 

Peter Loeb 

Neil & Carol Ann Hanshaw 
Nemer Velasquez 


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